You have to agree that sinus infections can be a pain in the “you know what,” but did you know that they can often be avoided?
It’s true. Fungal infections frequently cause sinus issues. So, if you can control mold, it’s one way you can control Sinusitis. The best-known way to do it is by nasal rinsing. The problem with rinsing is it can be uncomfortable and time-consuming, which often can discourage people and cause them to stop doing it daily.
It would be a whole lot easier if you can just spray something up your nose real quickly and continue with your day, right?
Well, that’s precisely what CitriDrops Nasal Spray promises to do.
In this CitriDrops Nasal Spray review, you will learn what you need to know about this product, and I’m also going to give you my unbiased review after using the product myself.
CitriDrops Nasal Spray was created by a gentleman named Dr. Don Dennis representing a company called Micro Balance that has great products related to mold health.
It was created as a stand-alone product where you don’t have to flush your nose the traditional way.
Micro Balance has another product, which is actually a combination of three different products, including CitriDrops Nasal Spray. It’s called Breathe Easy Kit. Breathe Easy Kit includes flushing the nose as well as using the nasal spray.
The nasal mist spray is something you can carry to treat Chronic Sinusitis or inflammation of your sinuses. It can also be used daily for preventative measures without having to rinse your nose.
CitriDrops Nasal Spray is all-natural and contains no steroids or anything else that would otherwise require getting a prescription. According to Micro Balance, it’s not going to disrupt or harm any other medication you may be taken and can be used by children.
The most recent and enhanced CitriDrops Nasal Spray is embodied in xylitol, which provides excellent treatment and prevention against sinusitis, fungal, and bacterial infections. Xylitol prevents the possible growth of fungi and bacteria on the surfaces of the respiratory tract.
Xylitol has also shown in studies to be very effective in combating the flu.
One ingredient found in CitriDrops Nasal Spray that is a preservative is called Benzalkonium Chloride.
According to the Environmental Working Group, there is some concern for people with skin conditions or asthma. Just like anything else, you should look into the ingredients of this product before using it.
The other active ingredients in the CitriDrops Nasal Spray is as follows:
• Ascorbicum Acidum 3x • Citrus Limonum 4x • Pulsatilla 4x • Sinapis Nigra 4x • Luffa Operculata 5x • Berberis Vulgaris 6x • Euphorbium Officinarum 6x • Guaiacum 8x • Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum 12x • Mercurius Sulphuratus Ruber 12x
Using the nasal spray is quite simple.
All you have to do is take off the cap, put the white point top into each nostril, and press down to pray it.
It’s recommended that you spray 1-3 times in each nostril anywhere up to 3 times a day.
Considering that my job is a licensed mold inspector, I encounter mold daily. I do usually wear PPE when encountering bad issues, but nevertheless, for the past 14 years or so, I have experienced sinus issues. I have also had acute bronchitis multiple times. Almost every year.
Just to clarify, I also have seasonal allergies pretty much my whole life, so to say that only mold has caused my sinus issues is probably not totally accurate.
There are times over the years where I would do nasal rinsing either when coming home from inspections or before I went to sleep. The main problem was that I was not consistent. I would rinse my nose at times when I was experiencing bad sinus pressure, and I would do it more than just minor sniffles.
It became a chore.
It’s not that I don’t believe in nasal rinsing, or it wasn’t necessary. The truth is, I’m an on the go kind of guy with many things going on, and I just don’t have the time to add another morning requirement.
I already brush my teeth and floss. That’s all I really have time for!
Some days I can’t even shave.
That’s why I was excited when the nasal drops came out that can be used independently of nasal rinsing.
With the exception of three mornings, I did one or two sprays daily before I left the house but did not use it on the weekend.
Additionally, I used in on eight separate days after leaving a job site with significant mold issues (2 sprays).
At the time of writing this, I am about five weeks and just finished my first bottle.
And here’s how I feel:
I have not experienced a nasal drip during the time I have been using CitriDrops Nasal Spray.
On and off, when my allergies flare up I tended to have this nasty taste in my mouth. I have not had that taste either since using the spray.
Most importantly, I have not gotten sick (knocking on wood as we speak)
Of course, it’s only been five weeks, but so far, so good.
Nowhere on the Micro Balance Website or the bottle does it say anything about continuous use is harmful, but what I plan on doing at six weeks is taking every other day and as needed.
The one thing I don’t like about the spray is that it makes my nose itch for about 3-5 minutes after taking it.
This is something that I am fine dealing with.
Pros • Can replace nasal rinsing • Prevents Sinusitis • Helps treat Sinusitis • Helps with season allergies • Can breathe better • Easy to use • 30-day satisfaction guarantee • Non-addictive • No known side effects reported • Fights against fungal infections • Effective against viruses • Safe for kids • All-natural
Cons • Has an ingredient that may cause issues for people with asthma or skin issues
In this CitriDrops Nasal Spray review, you saw that this product, which is enriched with natural plant compounds, is a solution to nasal passage complications.
Anyone that is experiencing sinus issues can benefit from this.
If you are a mold remediation professional, you should definitely be nasal rinsing or using the CitriDrops Nasal Spray.
For as long as I am in the mold industry, I plan on using it!